Amidst a climate of rising tensions with the United Kingdom, the Argentinian government has decided to take the conflict over the sovereignty of the Falklands  to the UN.
This year the debate on the subject has escalated, with President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner and Prime Minister David Cameron exchanging ever more controversial statements on the subject, and it was the Argentinian government that first took drastic action , closing its ports to ships flying the Falkands flag. The message the President is sending in her speeches and these kinds of decisions is clear: “we will not stop fighting for the Falklands”.
Days later, two months before the 30th anniversary of the start of the Falklands War , the Argentinian media reported  [es] on the arrival of a British warship to the islands. The ship in question was the HMS Dauntless  [es], a destroyer equipped with anti-aircraft missiles. However, despite what such news might suggest, the British government immediately released a statement to clarify why it had sent the vessel.